As If You Don't Belong
loves me for me!" I was talking to a bright professional who
had come in for counseling. She functioned well and associated broadly,
but still she felt some painful and paradoxical absence. Most certainly,
she is not alone....
think this is too broken to be fixed," he admitted in our counseling
Managing the Impossible: Balancing Work and Family
In the best-seller The Overworked American: The Unexpected Decline
of Leisure, Juliet Schor reported that work hours and stress
the Keeping of Promises
"I'm thinking about leaving my husband," she began crisply.
And then she told me the story of her unraveling marriage and her
Dead Horses: A Metaphor for Change
for the Holidays
The tribal wisdom of the Dakota Indians, passed on from one generation
next, says that when you discover you are riding a dead horse, the
best strategy is to dismount...
In A Charlie Brown Christmas, Charlie Brown is lamenting to
his friend Linus that amid the gifts and parties and glitter of the
season he feels empty and unhappy...